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Old 10-16-2008, 12:12 AM #22
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look at ultra short etfs to hedge positions and/or turn a profit in a down market
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Old 10-16-2008, 01:30 PM #23
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well i think the best time to buy would be now or in the near future.

wachovia went up like $2.00 recently.


with it just being a game, i would throw everything into a strong company like prudential
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Old 10-16-2008, 09:24 PM #24
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wow i wish i kept WB i had like 2000 share and sold down 2 week earlier @ 4.80 down from 5.50
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Old 11-03-2008, 05:40 PM #25
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No all that is not right.
1. everyone that is in here is like younger than 30 "I hope" even if you are older than 30 you should stay put.
The only peopel that should be pulling out or putting there money in MoneyMarkets are the people that are living on the funds.
Taking our RMD's (requierd minum distributions)

everyone that is taking out will be selling at a lose. Put it this way. everyfund is made to go through what the market is going through right now. People forget that we have been through this 5 to 6 different times the only reason we all know about this is because of the news.
The years are 1949, 1988, 1998, 2001 after 9-11.
what we are in right now doesnt even compair with what we went through inthe past. The past history is a living proff that the market will rebalance it self. All the young proplr have plenty of time to recover. many years ahead.
if you have any questions email me, I am open for any answers.
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Old 11-03-2008, 06:08 PM #26
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No all that is not right.
1. everyone that is in here is like younger than 30 "I hope" even if you are older than 30 you should stay put.
The only peopel that should be pulling out or putting there money in MoneyMarkets are the people that are living on the funds.
Taking our RMD's (requierd minum distributions)

everyone that is taking out will be selling at a lose. Put it this way. everyfund is made to go through what the market is going through right now. People forget that we have been through this 5 to 6 different times the only reason we all know about this is because of the news.
The years are 1949, 1988, 1998, 2001 after 9-11.
what we are in right now doesnt even compair with what we went through inthe past. The past history is a living proff that the market will rebalance it self. All the young proplr have plenty of time to recover. many years ahead.
if you have any questions email me, I am open for any answers.
I work with investments and as well on wall street, soo
I don't like taking investment advice from people who type with third grade grammar.
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Old 11-04-2008, 07:40 PM #27
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facing the grave economic crisis,the stock markets were going down badly..
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Old 11-05-2008, 08:25 PM #28
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The years are 1949, 1988, 1998, 2001 after 9-11.
Would you elaborate as to which one, or maybe all of those recessions was related to a global banking crisis, compounded by an economic cycle downturn, and a cherry on top mortgage decoupling?

I hate to be Dr. Doom, but people really need to wake up and understand the breadth of this situation.
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Old 11-05-2008, 08:35 PM #29
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I hate to be Dr. Doom, but people really need to wake up and understand the breadth of this situation.
It's the perfect storm. Unemployment is going to shoot up to 10%, home values are still going to decline. It's not looking pretty.

Now only if you'd join me in bear land..... We're taking new recruits. The pay is good plus you get dental.
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Old 11-05-2008, 08:53 PM #30
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hahaha...

I am starting to get long bonds.

After the little run up we get I am going to get short indexes.

Keep me posted.
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